Fire by hand drill

Fire by hand drill

Sunday, 10 February 2013

Agnews Hill and some useful winter plants Part 3

I climbed out of the forest and continued to climb higher onto the moor. There was still some un-melted snow in places.
A small plunge pool had formed from the melting snow. I took the opportunity to take a drink using my Lifesaver
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A razor sharp Flint fragment which showed it had been worked. It may well be a tool thousands of years old.
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Some random pics. What can I say my Fallkniven S1 likes having her picture taken. I like the mushroom photo too.

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I came across the tracks of a Hare. I was able to follow it for some distance across the snow pack and in the end I saw it sitting on a rock in the distance.
Another indication of direction using the wind.
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Looking over the valley.

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Sheep horn but no sheep!!

Overall an interesting day indeed.

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